Is It a Go or No Go for Bong Go?
Surely you've seen those #GoPhilippinesGo billboards.
(SPOT.ph) The latest Filipino government official to gain the ire of the public is no other than Special Assistant to the President Bong Go, who in late 2017 made a name for himself with his selfie-taking proficiency. Posters and billboards with the slogan "#GoPhilippinesGo" have sprouted up in places all over the country, including Quezon Avenue, NLEX, and even Zamboanga—and naturally, Pinoys had a lot to say about it. The hashtag #TanggalBongGoPosters is catching on, but others predictably turned to humor to get their point across.
The voice is pretty spot-on, you have to admit.
You could say this billboard is...out of this world.
Kapag nagfile ng candidacy si Bong Go pwede nya kunin si Rufa Mae Quinto na endorser sunod sabihin nito ay "Bong Go Go Go...Todo Na To." Charot!— Ethel Booba (@IamEthylGabison) July 13, 2018
Ethel Booba is always tops.
starting from now on, im gonna call my friend who always crave for attention, Bong Go.— PIMPLES ROMANA ???? (@DustinCageee) July 12, 2018
This might just catch on.
Our dearest Bong Go, pls hire me as your campaign manager. May sample jingle ako:— #VisionEcoBrick (@jawdeguzman) July 16, 2018
"There was a president who had a dog,
And Bong Go was his name-o.
And Bong Go was his name-o."
Siguradong kuha mo boto ng mga kindergartners. Hire me now! Mwa
It's perfect actually.???? pic.twitter.com/lYkM1ccan9— ???????????????? ???? ???????? (@OcaBacs) July 16, 2018
That font is on-point.
bong go? more like bong gon't— ida (@idasiasoco) July 16, 2018
Someone has voluntered to take out SAP Bong Go’s face though pic.twitter.com/nR9o79leW9— LeANNE Jazul (@LeanneJazul) July 12, 2018
Should we all walk around carrying scissors?
Bong Go Nabong go pic.twitter.com/Ud457hNTuF— Ryan Cacho (@RJLCacho) July 11, 2018
We admit, we chuckled.